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NINE Comedians from SIX Countries will perform live on ONE stage at the Carnivore from 7 pm.
Basketmouth from Nigeria will headline the event that will feature live music performance by Dela and her band plus a thrilling performance by Scott (Violinist).
Acts from: Mandy from Nigeria, Kagiso Lediga from South Africa, Patric Salvador from Uganda, Carl Joshua from Zimbabwe and Eric Omondi from Kenya
Panelists: Muthoni Garland, Sitawa Namwalie, Eric Omondi and Binyavanga Wainaina
Proceeds go to start a library foundation
Artists Line- up: MR funny A.K.A Ayeiyaaa Poa Poa, comedian Vinnie Chipukeezy, Award winning Gospel maestro Daddy Owen, Gloria Muliro, MC Jessy, Machachari crew, Zangalewa Comedians troupe, Nameless, Eric Omondi and Yunasi band Kenya
For more information visit: Facebook Page
Eric Omondi-Kenya Vs Salvador-Uganda
Also featuring: Jalang’o, JB..
This year, the Kids Festival August Edition, is set to celebrate talents in kids with the bigger focus on their musical talents…established musicians will inspire, guide, encourage, and sing along, dance along, play along these talented kids.
They include the following great Musicians: Billian Music Family, Emmy Kosgei, Jimmy Gait, Mad Traxx, Nameless, Suzanna Owiyo, Wyre, Yunasi and others
Also tagging along will be the great comedians Churchill, Eric Omondi, Ayeiiiyah! Mc Jessy, Chipukeezy, Jalango, amongst others
There will be various fun and learning activities, tented area which has activities such as: Drawing, face painting, essay writing, radio & TV talent search, Interactive games and a huge Kids concert held at the centre stage, with some talented kids singing and dancing along the stars.
For more information check the Facebook event page
Date: May 5, 2012
Venue: Bomas of Kenya
Tickets: Kshs 2,000
Advance tickets: Ticket sasa
Music performances by Habida and Atemi
This event will see famous Kenyan public figures (Eric Wainaina, Eric Omondi and Jua Kali) performing together with Somali artists to start a new dialogue between the two communities and promote understanding for Somali refugees living in Kenya.
The theme of the event is NOW I KNOW, as Kenyans will hopefully leave the event thinking: ?Now I know why Somalis are here?, ?Now I know
what they feel?, ?Now I know what they have gone through?, ?Now I know a simple smile can help?.
This is the map of the venue of the event – click to enlarge it. Please note that UNHCR organized for security and ample parking space for all invitees.